Death Row, Human Rights and the Limits of the Law – Criminal Law and Justice Weekly

“Although both the law surrounding human rights and the use of judicial review to uphold it have grown exponentially in the UK in recent times, there are still plenty of jurisdictions where even fundamental principles of justice are not respected with any consistency. It is not surprising, therefore, that the last decade has seen a number of cases where those faced with perceived injustice abroad turn homewards for redress.”

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Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, 20th April 2013